Cameroon: A Passionate Appeal – ‘Stop the Violence’!
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Cameroon: A Passionate Appeal – ‘Stop the Violence’!

For a couple of weeks now, we have had reports and graphic images of barbaric and inhuman acts, shootings, killings, and colossal collateral destruction of property through the burning of houses in some localities and villages in the North West and South West regions of Cameroon viz. Babubock and Eyandong in Kupe; Muanenguba, Ku-Bome in…

Cameroon: ‘The Truth Will Save Cameroon’ – Cardinal Tumi in Interview
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Cameroon: ‘The Truth Will Save Cameroon’ – Cardinal Tumi in Interview

One recommendation to resolve the Anglophone problem emanating from the grand dialogue was the special status for the English-speaking regions. Are you comfortable with the contents? I was among the first to make a proposition for the content. I was clear, and the Prime Minister’s office too, said that I was the clearest: I proposed a government,…

Cameroon Crisis: What the Newspapers Say
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Cameroon Crisis: What the Newspapers Say

Cameroon: Ongoing Violence in Anglophone Areas
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Cameroon: Ongoing Violence in Anglophone Areas

Last week the military left Fundong, passed through Ngwah, clearing the roadblocks, and went to Abuh where a camp of the Amba Boys is situated. Four Amba Boys were killed, several were wounded, and some arrests were made. The military took some of the wounded Boys to the Catholic Health Centre in Ngwah and kept…

Cameroon: National Days of Prayer for Respect of Human Life
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Cameroon: National Days of Prayer for Respect of Human Life

“The ongoing clashes in the Anglophone regions make activities impossible. Difficulties are increasing in the economic field. The majority of businesses have ceased to operate. The population makes a living from agriculture, but cultivating the fields is becoming complicated, many peasants have been killed while working on their farms,” Bishop Kome lamented. He added, “Today…

Cameroon: Revitalising the Episcopal Conference
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Cameroon: Revitalising the Episcopal Conference

“We need an Episcopal Conference where cultural diversity is an asset and not a hindrance to its growth,” Bishop Bayemi said, adding that he envisages a forum holding “high the values of our particular Church, that brings a response of faith to the men and women of our time.” He looks forward to a Bishops’…